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Last of 5 men Sentenced for Rapid City Crime Spree

The last of five men charged in a Rapid City crime spree in March has been sentenced.

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South Dakota Legislative Leaders Chosen

Rapid City Republican lawmaker David Lust has been re-elected majority leader in the South Dakota House.

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Rapid City Casino Robber Gets 8 Years in Prison

A Rapid City man who used a pellet gun to rob a casino last summer has been sentenced to eight years in prison.

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Former Rapid City Teacher Pleads Not Guilty to Sex Crime

A former South Dakota high school teacher accused of having a sexual relationship with one of his students has pleaded not guilty to charges of rape and sexual contact with a child under 16.

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South Dakota’s Deputy Fire Marshal Certified by Association

South Dakota's deputy fire marshal has earned an international accreditation.

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Volunteers to Assemble Thanksgiving Baskets

Volunteers from AT&T and Feeding South Dakota on Monday morning will be assembling Thanksgiving baskets for needy families in Rapid City.

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Rapid City Man Honored for Army Guard Work

A Rapid City man has been honored for his contributions to advancing the Army National Guard.

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Rapid City Man Plaintiff in $1.1B Lawsuit Settlement

A South Dakota man is one of the plaintiffs in a $1.1 billion lawsuit settlement over alleged price-fixing for flat screens for televisions and laptops.

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Traffic Stop Finds Marijuana-stuffed Mattress

A South Dakota traffic stop found two box springs stuffed with 89 pounds of marijuana.

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Rapid City Man Gets Jail Time for Fatal Pedestrian Accident

A driver who struck and killed a pedestrian in Rapid City about a year ago has been sentenced to serve 100 days in jail for drunken driving.

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